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    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 24, 2008
      Dear Friends,
      >
      > More interesting thoughts from Joseph. Click the link if you don't receive
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      http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/evidence-reports/2008/145/strange-biolife
      -1.htm
      >
      > Love and Light.
      >
      > David
      >
      > MARS STRANGE BIO-LIFE-1
      > Report #145
      > August 24, 2008
      > Joseph P. Skipper
      >
      > J. P. Skipper can be contacted at:
      > jskipper@...<jskipper%40marsanomalyresearch.com>
      >
      > This report will examine evidence that may be hard for some to grasp
      because
      > it is so different and unfamiliar relative to our Earth experience. That
      > just can't be helped. After all, exploration is all about new knowledge
      and
      > forging ahead with new knowledge frontiers. When strange and unfamiliar
      > things falling too far outside the perceived norm are first observed there
      > is often an Earth human tendency to try to force them to the more familiar
      > like trying to force a square peg in a round hole and/or just avoid them
      by
      > dismissively labeling them as inexplicable. There is nothing that is
      > inexplicable, there is only the need to understand purpose.
      >
      > The above first image provides a distant wide-angle context view from one
      > side edge of the single MRO strip sourced here to the other side. Even
      > though this is a distant view, note how pitted the general terrain is. As
      > you progress in this reporting, the pitted nature of the terrain will be
      > significant to understanding the evidence, so pay some attention to it as
      > you go through the images. The black lines and labels point out the
      > principle evidence in this reporting and note that there are basically two
      > different looking types of evidence.
      >
      > The most pronounced in the upper left portion of the image are parallel
      > short length rows of sunlight reflective ridges that I have previously
      > reported on and named "ridge forms." This evidence is more plentiful in
      the
      > northern and southern hemispheres but much less so in the northern and
      > southern polar regions suggesting that it is likely temperature sensitive.
      > Its presence is the most plentiful in the Mars great crack system just
      above
      > the Mars equator.
      >
      > This is understandable because the ridge form evidence is absolutely
      > dependent on the presence of shallow water and in a liquid state. When
      > liquid shallow water flows down a terrain slope reliably over an extended
      > length of time, these ridges form on that slope parallel to the direction
      of
      > the water flow and can develop into very large forms and formations such
      as
      > you see in the upper left portion of the above distant image. When the
      > shallow water flow is less consistent and reliable, they form in less well
      > developed smaller formations such as you see in the lower right portion of
      > the image. This evidence will not develop in deeper pooling water.
      >
      > When the slope is shorter but lengthy along a long lateral narrow terrain
      > feature like a crack or rift, the look is as you see in the above image
      that
      > has so many times been mistaken for "tubes" by others and is still being
      > reported as such by them. However, when the slope is much longer and with
      > shallow water flow presence, the ridge forms will develop all over it with
      > extensive very wide area fields of coverage. In the various deep chasmas
      on
      > Mars like the great crack system, the great depths create many slopes with
      > water flows down many of these slopes and so it is understandable why this
      > ridge form looking evidence is also most prevalent and extensive in the
      > various chasmas.
      >
      > The most pronounced look of the ridge forms is their parallel rows of
      ridges
      > feature. However, more subtle and usually more difficult to see in this
      poor
      > quality distant imaging is that many smaller parallel ridges form at a 90�
      > angle to the main parent ridge. This is to retard and likely filter the
      > shallow water flow in the troughs between the main larger parent ridges
      and
      > these secondary ridges will form as necessary to facilitate and/or retard
      > water flow. For some of my previous reporting on ridge form evidence
      similar
      > to the above evidence in more narrow formations, take a look at my year
      2000
      > Report #001 and year 2001 Report #018. For my previous reporting on ridge
      > form evidence over broader wider fields, take a look at year 2005 Report
      > #096.
      >
      > The above second image is a flipped vertical view demonstrating a closer
      > view of the largest ridge form evidence in this strip. Note the presence
      of
      > the smudge image tampering applications as labeled. Note how the smudge
      > actually penetrates up inside the ridge form troughs on the left side of
      the
      > formations. Such fine detail obfuscation work is enable by the very high
      > resolution of the MRO imaging but, as most of you know, little of this
      kind
      > of fine detail makes its way into the public release images.
      >
      > However, the ridge forms are not the only shape this evidence takes. The
      > shape this evidence takes is determined by type of water presence and what
      > is required to successfullyy adapt to it. When the need is present over
      long
      > periods of time, it should come as no surprise that life will adapt and
      fill
      > the available nitch.
      >
      > Note also the two older pit formations pointed out by the labeling in the
      > upper left corner of the image. If the smudge had not covered the near
      side
      > of the pits, you would have been able to see that these are elevated
      > formations and not natural geological pits with their top rims level with
      > the terrain. That's why the smudge is there to obscure and create
      illusions.
      > You can also see smudge applications all throughout the terrain in many
      > smaller individual pits obscuring them. Why? Because we would otherwise be
      > able to determine that many of these are elevated formations rather than
      > just sink in pits as per the official explanation.
      >
      > For example, when a slope is very steep and/or water is pouring in greater
      > volume over a ledge freefalling into depths below in what we would
      consider
      > a waterfall, this type of evidence can sometimes adapt and establish
      itself
      > within the flow providing the flow isn't too strong. In this case, many
      ropy
      > looking strands form down which the now shallow water is directed and they
      > widen out from a central core area into a widening fan shape going
      downward.
      > These often with distant views resemble alluvial fans here on Earth where
      > water with sediment in suspension within it falls as a waterfall over a
      > cliff edge. Here on Earth, if the distance down isn't too great, over time
      > the water carried solid sediments will pile up at the bottom and build up
      > over time back up to the waterfall's source on the cliff edge and this
      > creates the "alluvial fan" look.
      >
      > However the Mars frozen waterfall looking evidence is not alluvial fans.
      > Why? Because with this Mars evidence the formations build from the top
      down
      > much like stalactites do in caves here on Earth. However, unlike
      stalactites
      > and alluvial fans, both of which are the function of simple straight
      forward
      > geological processes, this Mars evidence most often stops just short of
      the
      > bottom area and intentionally (demonstrating control) hangs in suspension
      > there. Why? Because controlling flowing shallow water across its surfaces
      is
      > the key to its life and survival adaptation and piling up in base areas
      > doesn't facilitate this. For examples of this type of evidence take a look
      > at my year 2003 Report #050 for an eye opener as to the base of one of the
      > "frozen waterfalls."
      >
      > However, this reporting is not about frozen waterfalls or for that matter
      > very much about ridge forms either, except in passing. This reporting will
      > introduce you to yet another variation of this alien life form, the "pit
      > formations."
      >
      > When water presence is not very much on the terrain surface but the water
      > table is fairly consistently plentiful not too far below the surface, a
      > variation of this life form digs down in the ground to access it. In the
      > process a roughly rounded but irregular pit shape is formed shored up
      along
      > its elevated relatively thin sides by this living material. That is what
      > this reporting is mostly about. In the above 1st image, please note the
      > various distantly viewed "pit" evidence pointed out with the linear lines
      > and labeling.
      >
      > Now in the above second image representing the official orientation view,
      > note the long line of individual pits in what appears to be a trough
      system.
      > Now the official explanation associated with this image found HERE tells
      us
      > that this is fault a line and that the pits are formed by surface material
      > falling down into underground voids along the fault line. Sounds
      geological
      > and reasonable doesn't it?
      >
      > Note how the line of pits appear to be centered in the fault or trough
      > system facilitating this official explanation. However, this is an
      illusion
      > created by darker smudge image tampering applications all along both sides
      > of the line of pits giving the centered look. This image has also been
      > flipped vertically at official level to help create this look.
      >
      > Further, note how pitted and porous looking the surrounding terrain is
      once
      > the scene has been cleared up a little to provide this level of detail.
      > Looks a lot like the surface of a sponge doesn't it. Likewise, take note
      of
      > those larger individual pits in the upper portion of the image. Note that
      > most of them have smudge image tampering applications covering most of
      their
      > area.
      >
      > The official position would have us believe that these are many small
      impact
      > craters but note that none of them have any signs of impact blast or
      ejecta
      > presence at all. That's because such statements in combination with the
      > visual obfuscation are designed to manipulate and bend perception away
      from
      > truth.
      >
      > The terrain looks like this because it is holding onto water below the
      > surface like a sponge and this life form whether big, medium size, small
      or
      > tiny has been digging and dying in this terrain for this water presence
      > since ancient times giving it this thoroughly pitted porous sponge look.
      The
      > pit line is just the by far largest and most obvious examples of this life
      > form because this lower trough system has more reliable water presence
      over
      > a very long period of time and so the evidence managing to survive over
      such
      > long periods has over time gotten very large as water presence increased
      and
      > diminished in this location.
      >
      > The above fourth and fifth images are just the third image flipped
      > vertically and the fifth image provides a closer look at the pits. Note
      how
      > the pits now appear to be closer to the back edge of the trough and
      elevated
      > despite the smudge applications. Of course the flipping did not eliminate
      > the smudge tampering. What it is hiding is a slightly elevated raw cliff
      > face and subduing the elevated thin rim wall look of the pits. The pits
      are
      > actually snuggled up against this cliff face as elevated formations and
      that
      > is what they didn't want us to see.
      >
      > The only thing correct about the official explanation is the presence of
      the
      > fault line. It represents a division between slightly higher elevation
      > terrain in the upper right of these 4th and 5th images and slightly lower
      > settled terrain in the lower left. The fault line has created a short
      height
      > drop down cliff between the two terrain levels all along the length of the
      > fault line. Ground water flows into this fault location from the upper
      right
      > terrain but it is not a particularly strong flow and has at times been
      > absent requiring the life form to dig deeper in the fault.
      >
      > Reliable water presence in the fault is the attraction for the pit
      formation
      > life to concentrate along the fault line. The sheer size of the pits
      > suggests that they have been in this particular location for a very long
      > time and that the water presence is fairly consistent and reliable over
      > longer periods of time even it there have been some lean times. The small
      > size of the ridge forms (relative to the huge ones in the second image)
      also
      > present here suggest that on occasion there is some water overflow that
      the
      > big pits allow to get past them but it isn't consistent enough to result
      in
      > any significant spurt of the larger ridge form development.
      > .. ..
      > The above 6a�6c images demonstrate some large holes in this strip's
      terrain
      > that do have pooling flat level water presence filling their bottoms.
      These
      > are likely ancient in dryer time pits that encountered too much water
      influx
      > and the pit life presence is now long gone because it cannot survive in
      > formations discussed here in deeper pooling water. Note the absence of any
      > pits forming even at the hole edges to take advantage of this water
      > presence. That's because this life form cannot survive immersed in deeper
      > pooling liquid water. If I had enough image room here to show you a much
      > closer view of the holes of water, you would see the water is actually ice
      > as the time this image was taken.
      >
      > Now pooling water in Mars holes or craters is often turned to ice. When
      the
      > ice in these holes is thick and not subject to too much periodic
      significant
      > melt, what ever this life form is (almost certainly colony life) gets into
      > the ice transforming it. A typical scenario will be that the ice starts
      > showing visual evidence of many parallel ridge form formations in it. The
      > above two 6b center and 6c right images show hard to see faint evidence of
      > this. Of course water ice being very light color and very sunlight
      > reflective tends to wash out this visual detail. Even so, the Mars terrain
      > is full of a great many thousands of holes and craters full of water ice
      > demonstrating this visual ridge form transforming the look of the ice.
      > .. ..
      > .. ..
      > Now the above six 7a�7f images demonstrate different samples of the pit
      > formations trying to get going on the edges of other holes elsewhere in
      this
      > same strip. Note that three of the images also demonstrates small lakes of
      > water out in front of the holes indicating that this is a time of probable
      > plentiful water closer to the surface in these particular areas. Note that
      > the two 7b and 7f larger holes show evidence of water ice in their bottoms
      > with the ridge forms more clearly transforming the water ice.
      >
      > However, the main thing here is to note how the pit life forms on the
      slope
      > at the hole's top perimeter. Note how they are here seen as more elevated
      > formations with elevated rims and not just collapse sink holes level with
      > the terrain. You can bet that the original large hole was probably formed
      in
      > dryer times when ancient very large pit formations had to dig deeper and
      > deeper for lowering underground water levels and in the end dying and
      > leaving a raw deep hole as water levels increased too much for them.
      > Obviously none of these are impact craters as the official explanation
      would
      > have us believe.
      >
      > Although the evidence here of the large ancient pit formation has
      > deteriorated away leaving mostly only a raw hole, for the longest time, I
      > would see single so called "craters" in the Mars landscape that were
      > officially passed off as impact craters when they they inexplicably didn't
      > look like that at all. They had these same elevated but thin pit rims only
      > much better formed than the ones you see in the chain of pit formations
      > here. What they really appeared to be were what I now know to be these pit
      > formations but on a older and sometimes even larger scale.
      >
      > Now these pit formations have obvious visual similarities with natural
      > geological pits and sink holes here on Earth and the secrecy agenda
      depends
      > on the scientists, academics and public making that mistake in
      interpreting
      > them toward what is the most familiar. Just in case that assumptive
      process
      > isn't sufficient to lead the average viewer astray, then the images are
      > flipped distorting the view and the elevated aspect of the evidence is
      > subdued by smudge tampering treatments.
      >
      > For example, in each of the above six 7a�7f images, note that many smaller
      > pits in the terrain have smudge coatings on them so typical of all of this
      > strip's terrain. This is to destroy the elevated rim look of the evidence.
      > If one saw this terrain full of many different size pits looking for all
      the
      > world like "vase" sponges on a sea floor with elevated thin perimeter rims
      > on them, there is no way that these could be successfully characterized as
      > "impact crater pot marked" terrain and that misdirection explanation be
      > bought into even by too often clueless scientists and academics.
      >
      > On the other hand, if every single pit or the holes with pits in them were
      > covered over by smudge, then the smudge treatments would be far to thick
      and
      > draw attention to themselves as image tampering. Thus the need to leave a
      > little of the least offensive evidence out which you see above. This is
      the
      > way obfuscation is done via part technology and part psychology.
      >
      > The above eighth and last image shows quite a few ridge forms developing
      in
      > this rough terrain. Out of sight to the far right is a very large impact
      > crater very deep hole that significantly influences the terrain in this
      > scene. To the left is higher ground and to the right is lower ground
      > gradually sloping down to and over the edge of this great hole.
      >
      > Note that the ridge forms parallel orientation are all in the same
      direction
      > despite the fact that there are a number of different larger and smaller
      > formations. That is because shallow water, too little to be seen in this
      > distant imaging and most of it underground, is flowing both underground
      and
      > across some of the surfaces from left to right. Where the underground
      water
      > surfaces temporarily before going back in the ground, the ridge forms
      > develop on short slopes taking advantage of it.
      >
      > There is also something less obvious here and which I will mention even
      > though I've devoted no imaging to it. To the left just out of sight is a
      > ground hugging wiry dense vegetation growth coating the rock rocky
      surfaces.
      > Also, to the right and a little visible in this image is another different
      > wiry dense low vegetation growth going down the gradual slope to the
      crater
      > edge. None of this vegetation growth is not easy to detect and so I did
      not
      > waste any images or reporting time on it except just to mention it.
      >
      > A main reason for this reporting is to make sure you at least aware of the
      > consideration that the pit formations are in fact strange bio-life unique
      to
      > Mars as well as unfamiliar looking and alien looking to us. Another
      purpose
      > is to tie the pit formation evidence in with the ridge form and frozen
      > waterfalls evidence. Despite the dramatic difference in looks between
      them,
      > they are the same or nearly the same life and variations of each other.
      They
      > all are strange and all about shallow water presence and the need for
      > adaptation to that water presence is what dictates both their
      configuration
      > and their look.
      >
      > For some it will be too humanly tempting to pass this evidence off as
      > geology and something familiar rather than life and the secrecy types
      > keeping pounding the geology psychology home making this situation worse,
      so
      > I'm going to hit this again in my next report. There you'll see an even
      > better look at the strange reinforcing what you've seen here and in past
      > reporting.
      >
      > Again, exploration is about pushing back the frontiers of knowledge and
      that
      > in turn often pushes one's belief systems, especially rigid ones.
      > Consequently understanding rather than dismissal and avoidance requires
      > considerable objectivity and often thinking outside the box. That is the
      way
      > it is with this evidence but each of you must decide for yourself.
      >
      > DOCUMENTATION
      >
      > http://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_008641_2105: This link takes you to the
      > MRO PSP_00861_2105 official science data image that is the sole source of
      my
      > reporting here. I used the second listed full grayscale non-map projected
      > (straight) .jpg image to make it easier for those of you who wish to check
      > and verify behind me that the JP2 imaging may not facilitate.
      >
      > Joseph P. Skipper, Investigator
      >
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